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The Center for Behavior Analysis at the University of West Florida is a leading resource for individuals interested in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) — featuring an online ABAI-verified course sequence, undergraduate and graduate level degree offerings and continuing education courses.
Board Certified Behavior Analysts are increasingly in high demand. With many applications in clinical, educational and occupational settings, behavior analysts improve the lives of individuals across a variety of occupational fields in both the public and private sectors. Our online curriculum provides the complete path towards a successful career in ABA.
Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) Curriculum
Our introductory Health Science Essentials of Behavior Analysis online course meets the curriculum requirements for the RBT exam. Students passing the exam are qualified to work in the field of behavioral health. This course also serves as the first in the online BCaBA undergraduate sequence.
Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA) Course Sequence
Students can add our online BCaBA course sequence to their undergraduate degree. This elective sequence can also be incorporated into the online Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences offered by UWF or, starting in Fall 2021, as a degree minor. This sequence may also be completed as a non-degree seeking student.
Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) Course Sequence
Students who possess a master’s degree in a relevant field or are enrolled in a graduate program at a different institution may register for our online course sequence to meet the requirements for BCBA certification. Students who need a Masters degree may also enroll in the optional UWF online Masters in Exceptional Student Education program which includes all courses required to take the BCBA certification exam.
We offer online CEUs in partnership with the Cambridge Center for Behavior Studies™ at behavior.uwf.edu. We also provide continuing education courses related to ABA through the UWF Division of Continuing Education.